All masses suspended

the faithful dispensed from Sunday obligations

Following the guidance of the local, state and national public helth officials and out of love and concern for God's people, beginning Wednesday, March 18, all public daily and Sunday Masses in the Diocese of Stockotn will be suspended until further notice. Parishes are encouraged to leave their churches open on Sundays and throughout the week for parishioners and others who wish to pray and seek spiritual consolation. The faithful are dispensed from the obligation to attend Sunday Mass until further notice. 

All parish and diocesan schools and religious educaiton programs have been suspended effective Friday, March 13, 2020. All school campuses are temporarily closed, and teachers are facilitating distance-learning at home. 

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